Will You Boycott Keurig For Dissing Sean Hannity

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Will You Boycott Keurig For Dissing Sean Hannity

- conservativebookclub.com
14 Nov 2017
Coffeemaker company Keurig has come under heavy fire for pulling advertising from Sean Hannity's show over Hannity's interview with Roy Moore. Many conservatives have decided to rage against their machines and boycott Keurig -- are you among them? Tell us if you're boycotting Keurig in our poll below!

Sean Hannity fans are right to destroy their Keurig machines Sorta

14 Nov 2017
It's definitely not the point they're trying to make, but it's a point all the same. Keurig machines and the coffee pods they squirt hot water through are extremely bad -- for the planet, for consumers, and evidently for Sean Hannity's Fox News program, from which the java giant pulled advertising this weekend.
- mashable.com

Hannity Responds To Conservatives DESTROYING Their Keurig Machines After Company Drops Ads From Show

- thegatewaypundit.com
14 Nov 2017
As The Gateway Pundit's Kristinn Taylor previously reported , the popular Keurig single cup coffee machine maker is facing a boycott by outraged fans of conservative talk radio and TV icon Sean Hannity after the company caved to pressure from Democratic Party front group Media Matters for America after the group smeared Hannity over his comments about Alabama Republican ...

Hannity Fans Smash Keurigs to 'Offend Liberals

14 Nov 2017
UPDATE 11/13/17 11:18 a.m. EST: This article was updated to clarify Sean Hannity's comments about Roy Moore. A previous version of this article stated that Hannity had "defended" Moore against the allegations. It has now been changed to quote Hannity as saying we should "wait for the facts to emerge" with regards to the allegations.
- mediaite.com

Sean Hannity Asks Fans to Stop Smashing Keurig Machines

- adweek.com
14 Nov 2017
Why would anyone smash Keurig coffeemakers in the first place? The company decided to pull its ads from Hannity's prime time Fox News program over the weekend after controversial comments were made by the host during an interview last week with embattled Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore.
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